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Corner and Sectional Sofa Beds

Corner and sectional sofa beds typically consist of two or more parts that can be configured in different ways, depending on personal preference and the layout of your home. They provide ample seating as well as a fold out bed, which is usually queen or double-sized. Colours, designs and materials will differ.

With a sectional sofa bed, the number of parts can differ depending on the style you opt for. Furniture pieces can include: a section that folds out into a bed, a corner wedge or seat that usually creates a 90-degree angle and allows the sofa to fit in the corner of a room, an armchair and perhaps a chaise longue or a cocktail ottoman.

Left-hand and right-hand corner and sectional sofa bed are also available. Sofa beds sometimes feature under-seat storage compartments, drawers, armrests and pull-down tables for your convenience.

Real leather corner and sectional sofa beds

Corner and sectional sofa beds come in many different materials including high-quality leather, which is both aesthetically pleasing and comfortable to sit on. Real leather is impressively durable and can easily be wiped clean, making it a good choice for family homes. Leather sofas come in many different designs with colours ranging from neutral shades of black, white, cream and grey to stand out modern hues or even monochrome designs.

Faux leather corner and sectional sofa beds

Like real leather, corner and sectional sofa beds made from faux leather are classy in appearance and are made to last. Faux leather is also easy to keep in a pristine condition with a damp cloth, eliminating most surface stains. They are also available in a range of colours and designs.

Fabric corner and sectional sofa beds

Upholstered sofa beds are soft to the touch, provide a comfortable seating area and are usually accompanied by a bed that’s simple to pull out and put back together. Fabric corner beds can be brightly coloured or patterned depending on the type of materials used. Often, two colours are used such as white and grey or red and black to create a striking effect.

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